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Gagan Strike-II: Indian Army, IAF Conduct Joint Exercise in Punjab

Published on May 08, 2024
Current Context: The Indian Army’s Kharga Corps and the Indian Air Force (IAF) conducted a three-day joint exercise named Gagan Strike-II in Punjab on 8th May 2024.
Gagan Strike-II: Indian Army, IAF Conduct Joint Exercise in Punjab
  • The primary goal of Gagan Strike-II was to refine the processes involving the Indian Army’s mechanised units and to validate the employment of attack helicopters in developed terrain.
  • The exercise involved Apache and ALH-WSI helicopters, Unarmed Aerial Vehicles, and the Army’s special forces.
  • These forces participated in various combat simulation scenarios to emphasize the synergy between ground operations and aerial support.
  • The focus was to practice centralized and decentralized attack helicopter missions duly supported by other force multipliers in a dense air defense environment and engagement of planned and impromptu targets on the battlefield.
  • Ground force commanders exercised employment of aerial assets, including drones for enhanced situational awareness and destruction of mobile and static targets.
  • The exercise enabled formations and units of Western Command to execute joint operations, with seamless integration of all ground and aerial assets to achieve objectives.

Question:

Q.1 What was the name of the joint exercise conducted by the Indian Army’s Kharga Corps and the Indian Air Force (IAF)?
a. Gagan Strike-II
b. Gagan Strike-III
c. Gagan Strike-IV
d. Gagan Strike-V
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